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It took my computer about 2.5 hours to crunch all the WSPR data for October. Over 3.6 million spots resulted in 219,345 unique records. The top WSPR spotter for October was DK6UG spotting 2445 stations. The most spotted station, spotted 2213 times, was VE6PDQ operating from both DO33 and DO34. Of the 219,345 unique spots for October, over a third were on 10 meters (78,410). 20m was close with 73,982. And 30m a distant 3rd at 34,105. The complete lists are posted at http://mardie4.100webspace.net/

After processing nearly 3.5 million WSPR spots from November, there turned out to be about 243,000 unique spots (based upon spotter, station being spotted, 4 character grid squares, and band). Stations WSPRing from multiple 4 character grid squares may have higher totals than those stations operating from just one grid square.

The top 10 stations spotted in November were:

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